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tzatta

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Hi everyone.

Not being very computer literate I surfed the net and have made it here. :)

I have a problem that I need some help with.

I have the game 'Century Of Flight 2004'. It worked great with my older PC (Windows XP)..but I have got a newer one Windows Vista.

The game loads up ok and I get the flash screen 'Century Of Flight 2004' in the middle of the monitor.
But then the next screen is weird. What should happen next is that I should get the introduction screen in the middle of the monitor.
I am not getting this. Most of the screen is black. A small piece of the intro screen is showing in the lower right corner of the monitor.
It's as if the rest of the intro screen is off page!!
I have changed the resolution but all that does is enlarge the same image.

I have as follows:

PC: Acer Aspire T671
Chip Type: ATI Radeon Xpress
Main Driver: atiumdag.dll,atiumdva.dat,atitnnxx.
Version:7.14.0010.0464

Havn't got a clue what all this means or if more information is required.

I would appreciate any help.....

John
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Hi and welcome to Geeks to Go,

Read this link and see if it helps you.

I hope you enjoy the forum, so much to learn and read.

kind regards, :)
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Hi Tallin

Thanks for the reply.

What makes you think malware is the problem?

I called the PC manufacturer thinking that maybe it could be something to do with Vista. However the guy I spoke to said, "because other games work on my PC he suspects a software problem".

Like I said.....the game works OK on XP so I dont know where to turn.
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Hi Everyone

Rather than mess about with FS 2004 I went and got FSX.
Must Fly..... :)
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